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Table 1 Demographic and smoking characteristics of the adult respondents (N = 47).

From: A descriptive analysis of relations between parents' self-reported smoking behavior and infants' daily exposure to environmental tobacco smoke

  N (%)
Demographic characteristics  
Age  
   Mean 27.47  
   SD 5.32  
Female gender 27 (57.45)
Partner present 42 (89.4)
Native language German 39 (83.0)
School education  
   Low (≤ 9 years) 16 (34.1)
   Middle (10 - 11 years) 19 (40.4)
   High (≥ 12 years) 12 (25.5)
Employment  
   Employed 16 (34.0)
   Unemployed 9 (19.1)
   Parenting time 16 (34.0)
   Other 6 (12.8)
Household income per month a  
   < 1300 € 14 (53.9)
   1300 - 2300 € 8 (30.8)
   > 2300 € 4 (15.4)
Smoking characteristics  
Smoking status of respondent b  
   Daily smoker 39 (83.0)
   Less than daily smoker 3 (6.4)
   Former smoker 2 (4.3)
   Never smoker 3 (6.4)
Cigarettes per day (no.), daily smokers (n = 39)  
   Mean 16.23  
   SD 7.25  
  1. a one household income is missing b daily smoker: smoked more than 100 cigarettes in lifetime and currently smoking at least one cigarette daily over the last four weeks; less than daily smoker: smoked more than 100 cigarettes and less than daily during the last 30 days; former smoker: smoked more than 100 cigarettes in lifetime and did not smoke during the last 30 days prior to the interview; never smoker: did not smoke, or smoked less than 100 cigarettes in their life.